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CMP Sponsor Information
The Certification Maintenance Program (CMP) relies heavily on our Approved CMP Sponsors. They help maintain the integrity of the CMP and ensure that interpreters have ample and varied opportunities to learn, grow and further develop their skills. CMP Sponsors are subject to ongoing monitoring, including auditing, which ensures that their activities are of the highest quality and meet the needs of the program and the participants.
CMP Sponsor Applications Suspended
One of the tasks that the RID Board of Directors has given to the Professional Development Committee (PDC) is an initiative to “review the original goals and intentions of the CMP, review and evaluate all aspects of the current CMP to determine whether the program is succeeding in its mission, research policies and procedures currently practiced by other certification programs in the industry (including comparing recertification vs. continuing maintenance programs), and make recommendations for improving CMP policies and procedures.”
In order to allow the PDC to focus on executing these charges, RID will not accept new CMP Sponsor applications after June 30, 2010. This suspension of the CMP Sponsor application process will remain in effect until the Board’s initiative has been fulfilled.
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Checking Your Transcript
RID members can log in to their accounts to check their CMP or ACET transcripts. If you've never logged in before, your member number is your user name and your password is the first four letters of your last name and the last four digits of your member number.
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